You are in: Home >

Articles, tagged with "annuity payments", page 1


Tax Advantages for the Annuity Holders

28th October 2010
Tax Advantages Money invested and allowed to accumulate in an annuity for several years grows without the need to pay taxes until you begin receiving payments. This is called tax deferment. Death and disability are the only reasons the IRS allows ...
Author: Simon
Estate Planning

GRATS, Sales to Grantor Trusts, or Private Annuities: Which One is Best?

25th March 2010
This article will compare three popular wealth transfer techniques that all produce potential estate tax savings by removing future appreciation from the transferor's estate, but without generating significant taxable gifts. Because these techniques produ...
Author: Julius Giarmarco, Esq.
Estate Planning

Grantor Retained Annuity Trusts

24th March 2010
A Grantor Retained Annuity Trust or “GRAT” is one of the most powerful and tax efficient wealth transfer tools available today. A GRAT allows a person to transfer the future appreciation of an asset to his/her children with little or no gift t...
Author: Julius Giarmarco, Esq.

Medicaid Annuities - Scam or Benefit?

17th August 2009
While the popular belief is that Medicaid is only for the underprivileged that is not really the case. In Florida, and in many other states, even the middle class with substantial assets can be eligible to receive this kind of coverage for nursing home or...
Author: Beth

Florida Structured Settlement Factoring Law

03rd September 2008
Florida does have a law which governs the sale and transfer of structured settlement payments. This law has many sections, all containing detailed information which outlines the process of gaining court approval for a structured settlement sale. Get to k...
Author: Robert Palmer